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. is there any end in sight to the new york area's gas prices? legendary energy expert boone pickens tells us what to expect next and how long the gas lines could go. >>> speaking of long lines, isn't this a gas? look at lines today for apple's new mini ipad. we get a line on all this and more coming up on the "closing bell." >>> welcome back. take a look at this market here. down nearly 1% on the dow jones industrial average. quite a reversal today. when the jobs numbers first came out and the market opened up, it was up about 57 points. that was the high of the day. quickly reversing course and now down and then some. double what we were up. >> dollar is at a one-month high against the euro. that seemed to push all asset classes down. stocks are not the only thing that are seeing a big selloff today. >> all right. we're going to talk election. my next guest heads one of the biggest unions in the country, the service employees international union, and of course supports the president. >> we welcome the president, mary kay henry. yesterday's endorsement of the president by mayor bloomberg was
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. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: boone on this side. play-action. mettenberger fires it. wide open. beckham. down the sideline. caught from behind. they gouged them again. >> [crowd noise]. >> gary: beautifully designed play. this is an area they will throw the ball into. they get the receiver right there. deep and right into the open area. and protection against the alabama pass rush. that was long yardage too. >> verne: you bet you. >> gary: alabama has a long second on the screen pass they picked up and mettenberger may be going on. >> verne: 1st down and 10 am thrown for 245 now. hill closing in on his 3rd consecutive 100 yard game. belue made the stop. the only loss on saturday night at home came against number 1 florida. 13-3. that was in 2009. >> gary: that was the tim tebow concussion game? >> verne: yes, it was. 2nd down and 8. under 10 to play. play-action again. mettenberger chased, fires. got it. landry. wow! >> gary: it will be 3rd and short. this was another story of the football game. opponents against alabama, as you look at this play-action pass, came into this game converting 1
is leading george allen. could that factor in and be a boon for barack obama? >> it is. i think we feel good about virginia and florida. we have senate races in both states that we're watching very closely. that case has been a nail biter. both of the candidates got into the race. it swings back and forth. like any campaign there is an ebb and a blow -- and be ebb and flow. i think that george allen's campaign has been very effective er
, tim kaine is leading george allen. could that factor in and be a boon for barack obama? >> it is. i think we feel good about virginia and florida. we have senate races in both states that we're watching very closely. that case has been a nail biter. both of the candidates got into the race. it swings back and forth. like any campaign there is an ebb and flow. i think that george allen's campaign has been very effective there. i think it will come down to the turnout. there is a strong correlation between the presidential race and the senate race. i think a lot will go very closely aligned and how virginia comes out. because we feel very good about governor romney's prospects, we also feel pretty good about george allen's prospects. >> harry reid said it was a fantasy to think the democrats would work with iran if he is elected. if there romney is elected, do you think democrats will work with a romney administration? if the president is reelected, will there be a more bipartisan spirit? >> however this comes out i hope we can get on with governing the country in doing the nation's b
in this cycle and you have done work for us you know it's all based on the labor market and we're in a boone in this town and one of the reasons we were able to secure the grant is san francisco and the technology companies really buying into this as mayor lee said and we teed up the right partnership and this is one of the sector strategies under mayor lee. we have construction and health care and we started hospitality and whatever else he says i need to do, so this is one of many to ensure that san franciscans across the board are employed in all of the industries that we have in this state city. with that i would like to city a little more about the labor market and how we set up this training. it's all driven by the labor market. we pay close attention to what the employers need. we try to flex in what they want with training and skills as andrew mentioned and ron mentioned. it's all based on what the employers need in terms of skills so we hope we put something together that is adaptable and flexible for the market and much of the employment is driven around the technology center
in the neighborhood so they can play where they live. >> the children in the neighborhood and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. ♪ to the 2012ceta awards luncheon inspiring an equal future, ceta, the committee on the end of discrimination against women. we have an exciting afternoon for you including a thought-provoking video and an awards ceremony honoring some special women and a fund raising appeal. i'm going tor your mitt stress of ceremonies and make sure we're all enthusiastickd about going back to work on this great monday afternoon. but it's a great afternoon outside, right, we live in california. i'd like to welcome merry lee maupb today an who is president of the commission on the status of women. marilyn. >> oh, i feel so tall. good afternoon, everyone, thank you for being here. my name is marilyn maupb today har, i'
was the director of vv boone, in the visitation valley. i work closely with the -- committee advisory committee, and gave me a good sense of the role and function of these by display and how important it is to get the right people involved to see what the community needs. zone two of the -- redevelopment area was the leland bayshore commercial corridor where i worked. i frequently was doing presentations to the cac [sounds like] and getting input from them on a lot of the commercial quarter revitalization activities and objectives. i have a real connection to their area in the lgbt center. i very much would like to see a lot of entrepreneurs, people i work with, local small businesses, occupy a lot of the commercial space that i know will be created along market street coming up. i know small business development, and small business retention has been identified as a priority by the cac, and the upper market plan. i have worked closely with-- the cbd, the castro cbd, and i know that we can make this happen. i look forward to working towards is objectives. i am also, as an employee of the
to costs even though it's been a big boon to president obama's economy. >> you'd think this is the one area where the regulators might want to have a light touch, unformer, it's probably-- >> james, af been following the financial services industry and dodd frank, i know it's your favorite bill, it's much loved across the land. >> certainly. >> paul: but most of these bills, most of the rules, i think, haven't been written. >> you think of the first obama term with its slow growth, and regulatory frenzy, a nightmare, but really, from that 2010 law, most of the burden on the economy hasn't happened yet. the law firm does a scoreboard and they say they're 398 rule makings, separate rule makings that were required by the law. >> these are relatively major. >> yeah, really, remaking the financial markets, only a third of them have been enacted, so, most of the big regulatory footprint is coming in the second obama term, even from the law that was passed. >> and give us an example or two? >> well, it runs the gamut from derivatives trading on wall street to bank regulation and consumer loans, it
to an oil and gas boon that's wiped out its budget deficit and brought unemployment to the lowest in the nation. >>> all right, coming up, a basketball roundup, and remembering the man who transformed baseball. >>> plus, new york city's iconic empire state building shows off its new high tech lighting. you're watching "early today." >>> here's a look at some of the other stories making news early today in america. a tragedy in new york last night as a commuter bus plowed into a long island home and killed a 6-year-old little boy that was inside. police say the bus had just swerved to avoid a pedestrian and then just lost control. at least 11 bus passengers and the boy's 7-year-old brother were treated for minor injuries. just horrible. >>> the empire state building added flare to the new york city skyline. alicia keys flipped the switch on the inaugural light shows which were synchronized to her songs. the new lighting system displays over 16 million colors with various effects. >>> and, finally, one texas man is using his noggin for a novel idea. hey. the 27-year-old has hired a
in northeast. 26-year-old warren boone was shot around 3:45 yesterday afternoon. pronounced dead at the same. homicide detectives searching where possible suspect or motive. two man accused of a series of violent rape kidnappings are being held without bail today. investigators say 25-year-old william and another man at targeted women at bus stops in the city and county, robbed them and in some cases forced them into a vehicle and sexually assaulted them. >> you have young women on their way to school, on their way into the public place, and we cannot call the suspects' names, but the things they did and with the treated these young ladies is an outrage. >> police say they attacked as many as 11 women during their crime spree. some more progress to report from city police, investigators say they arrested the man responsible for the deadly stabbing in northwest baltimore. homicide detectives charged 52- year-old antonio with the death of a 55-year-old woman. issue was bound to death on washington boulevard monday afternoon. -- she was found dead on washington boulevard monday afternoon. and f
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in the country. and 333 given up by alabama tonight. 2nd down and 16. >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: boone on this side. play-action. mettenberger fires it. wide open. beckham. down the sideline. caught from behind. they gouged them again. >> [crowd noise]. >> gary: beautifully designed play. this is an area they will throw the ball into. they get the receiver right there. deep and right into the open area. and protection against the alabama pass rush. that was long yardage too. >> verne: you bet you. >> gary: alabama has a long second on the screen pass they picked up and mettenberger may be going on. >> verne: 1st down and 10 am thrown for 245 now. hill closing in on his 3rd consecutive 100 yard game. belue made the stop. the only loss on saturday night at home came against number 1 florida. 13-3. that was in 2009. >> gary: that was the tim tebow concussion game? >> verne: yes, it was. 2nd down and 8. under 10 to play. play-action again. mettenberger chased, fires. got it. landry. wow! >> gary: it will be 3rd and short. this was another story of the football game. opponents against alaba
. it simply cost too much. t. boone pickens, the legendary texas oil tycoon, was working alberta's traditional oil rigs back in the '60s and remembers how he and his colleagues thought mining for oil sands was a joke. >> here we are, sitting here having a drink after work, and somebody said, "this isn't going to--it isn't possible. it'll have to be subsidized to a level." said, "before they'd make money, you'd have to have $5 oil." [laughter] we never thought that'd happen. >> but then $40 a barrel happened, and the oil sands not only made sense; they made billions to the people digging them. but it wasn't just the price of oil that changed the landscape. it was the toys. that's what they call the giant trucks and shovels that roam the mines. everything about the oil industry has always been big. it's characterized by bigness, from the pumps to the personalities. but up here in alberta, it's frankly ridiculous. just look at this truck. it is the biggest truck in the world. it's three stories high and costs $5 million. it carries a load of 400 tons of oil sands, which means that at today's pric
from staten island. containment boons are keeping the oil where it is. let's go to connecticut where these intense images are three mansions being burned to the ground as wind gusts fueled the flames. firefighters couldn't save the homes because of the intensity of the situation. you can see how bad it is. back to new jersey, 5% of hoboken remains underwater. the national guard arrived. the mayor is begging for more assistance. >> we need more food. we need more resources. so anyone who is listening to this in the city of hoboken or neighboring towns who can get to us, we ask you to come and deliver your supplies. >> atlantic city, president obama met with new jersey governor chris christie. after the two leaders surveyed the damage along the jersey shore, the president vowed he wouldn't tolerate red tape. >> i instituted a 15-minute rule essentially on my team. you return everybody's phone calls in 15 minutes. whether it's the mayor, governors, county officials, if they need something, we figure out a way to say yes. >> during one of his stops, governor christie found more victims i
don't go any turn styles to walk through there. that will be a great boon for people to access both side of the system and be able to walk -- to move around as needed. here is an aerial view of the bart-muni improvement. most are making walkways to access them from the north part of the station to the south side. also some crosswalk improvements and key pieces which include transit platform improvements. lastly, the upper yard parcel that is part of the resolution, this is really a key piece of the transit village vision for the area. there is also a roadway adjacent to the upper yard parcel, which would be part of that, it is on bart property. or that combined, can actually provide an opportunity for transit development that makes sense for the area, they can work there. and more similar examples of -- in the study itself, it looked at what can we do in the interim. there are opportunities to look at potential retail across one of the front areas of the facilities, especially on geneva avenue. that could improve customer amenities while they're waiting or while this they're in the
that could be a big boon for folks down on their luck. >> have enough money to fund schools as our constitution requires.. >> governor brown applauds californians for willingness to tax them selfs to support schools and colleges.. >> good evening. the governor promises to be responsible for funds. the state will be collecting. voters gave governor brown a vikt wri nearly 54% voted in favor of proposition 30 saving the state $6 billion in what would have been drastic cuts. democrats now have a super majority in sacramento. which could allow them to increase more tax was out going to voters. >> experts helping the snalt get a super majority. the weeks-old registration system boosted democrats. california voters in both hoses. the first super majority since 1933. that means democrats have two thirds majority vote necessary not only to raise taxes but also, override gubernatorial vetoes. republicans now won't have much say. >> i think in a super majority, they've got a lot of power. and when you have too much power you can go awry. >> i certainly don't intend to
. up to 18 inches of snow fell at donner summit,. they are opening today. it's a boon for ski shops where people are ready to hit the powder. >> it's going to be a banner season. last year we had season passes and it was a total bust. it was totally dirt. >> terry: a little closer to home, you can go to the north gay mall in san rafael. ice rink is open at noon today. there is another one at san francisco at justin hermann plaza. you can also go skating in napa. our reporter is up there and blowing the steam out. >> lisa: tis the season and coiled air settling in for the valleys but a little wind around the city allowing for the mixing and warmer start from 40s to 50s from oakland to san francisco. we'll talk about our next high temperatures and rain returning, that is coming up. >> terry: also next the warriors play los angeles lakers and kobe bryant goes off. >> terry: welcome back everybody. this is heavenly resort camera will. talking to lisa argen, temperatures up at tahoe low 20s. keep in mind that boriel opening today, chains on 80 and chains on 50 and woman just long enough
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retailer wine.com. new york general manager chris boone is expecting a strong holiday season. in from thanksgiving on, we've got our running shoes on, and we're running and hustling. >> reporter: wine.com just had a huge third quarter. sales jumped 15%, and the company recently expanded into a new warehouse. >> the old warehouse we had was 15,000 square feet. this current one is 30,000. it's great for us, it's great for business, and i'm happy to ae the growth. >> reporter: across the u.s., economic signals are improving. pending home sales, which track contract signings, jumped to their highest level in six years. another sign the housing recovery is building. does that mean the housing market can actually start contributing to economic growth again? >> it already is. it already is. and that should help jobs. and you have feedback effects that, you know, should ripple through the economy. >> reporter: economist michael darda, believes housing will be one of the pilles after an improving economy in 2013. >> that's helping consumer confidence. that's helping banks. the fed adding stimu
where they live. >> the children in the neighborhood and it will be a major boone. and we have generations, the youth generations that will be able to use this park in different places. >> the best park in san francisco right here. >> creating place where people can be active and lead, active, healthy life styles that are going to just stay with them for life. ♪
the likes of boone pickens and others can get natural gas into the 18 wheeler fleet in the united states putting huge pressure on crude oil and good for the economy, good for the united states. i would love to see it. lauren: lets sta let's stay awal for a second. you're bullish on gold right now, why is that? >> you will have four more years of ben bernanke policies of money printing. that will increase the money supply and that is always a good idea to buy gold when the money supply goes higher. i would definitely look to take advantage of a pullback in gold and snaps him up. david: are you surprised the price has not popped? we've not seen a huge increase. >> it is kind of city. because the equity market has sold off so much, a lot of people are liquidating their positions in gold, probably some good luck and capital gains but some to raise the margins because they've had so many other losing positions after the election. it is a good testament to gold but it has continued to rise. i really think we will see gold prices over $2000 per ounce. lauren: thank you so much, happy thanksgivi
that you are going to see one of the boones that we have typically seen in other recoveries, construction jobs. it's been positively heroic that we've been able to create the sort of jobs that we have without construction, without finance, and no jobs in government. you'll get a turn in jobs in the construction center. in terms of housing investment, in terms of gdp, you won't get a big boon in housing investment, but it will add instead of detract to growth. so the way i look at the ten year rate, the fed wants higher inflation, they'll get it. we're not going to have a negative outcome. we're not going to have a great outcome, but we'll be around 2%, possibly higher towards the end of next year. and from where i sit, a ten year rate of 1.6%, i wouldn't want it p. >> okay. eric green, chief of u.s. rates research and strategy at td securities. paul dale, thanks for your time, as well. can i ask are u.s. home prices going to be higher or lower at the end of next year? >> higher by about 5%. it's a good recovery. >> okay. we'll call him back and see if that pans out. >>> now let's take a q
? >> the beaches in the summertime are really economic boon to the economy here because so many thousands and thousands come here to enjoy the beaches and the ocean. so that's not going to happen for a while that's for sure. the other problem is that all these houses that have been knocked off their foundations are uninhabitable could very well drop off, which could cause tax rolls, which could cause a real revenue problem for the municipality. it's going to be a serious problem. >> mr. mayor, the boardwalk and the beach is the beach gone? is it damaged? is it recoverable? >> it varies in different places but the beach right now we've always had sand dunes in front of the boardwalk. it's been a natural barrier. itright now the boardwalk the boards are gone, but the pilings are ten feet in the air which means eight feet or ten feet of sand dune are gone, and then below that another ten feet. we've lost sand from the beach level. the water is lapping up. if we had another storm right now, the whole ocean is going to be in the streets. >> eliot: mayor keleher thank you for joining us. our t
the boon to the building. officials are hoping they will be able to let people back into the their homes and businesses by monday night. no word yet on who will be held liable in anyone for all those out of their homes, hotels that are empty. >>> we're monitoring the scandal linked to libor. today, the royal bank of scotland says it expects it will soon begin discussing a role. barclayed paid a $450 million fine. >>> hyundai and kia are going to lower fuel economy estimates for a lot of their models after the epa determined they overstated their ratings. the automakers blamed proceed rall efforts. they'll reimburse customers to cover the additional costs so associate wd that change. >>> it's been 456 days since this country lost its top create rating. despite a better than expected jobs r report, stocks closed in the red with the dow down 139 points and now, our fourth story "outfront." how much was the cia to blame for the attack in libya area "the wall street journal" today reporting that the mission was a cia operation. they report only seven of the more than 30 americans evacuated af
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